Category Archives: Office

Gain “insite” and bring your workplace vision to life

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From Cornelia Szustka
Project Manager, Project & Development Services

The prospect of looking for a new office space can be daunting. Questions can quickly begin to pile up as you ask yourself: How much space do I need? Where should it be located? What should it look like? How do I know if everyone is going to fit? To stand out among competitors, you… Read More

Workplace continues to evolve in Boston

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From Tom O’Connor
Senior Vice President, Project & Development Services

Backed by a stable economy and strong access to talent, Boston’s presence on the global stage doesn’t seem to be going anywhere anytime soon. As office demand remains strong in the market, workplace trends are reflecting the changing perception of what an office should look like. With 2.32 m.s.f. of new office space under… Read More

What a Boston office fit out will cost you

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From Mason Mularoni
Research Manager

We believe real estate provides organizations the potential to achieve their ambitions, with a successfully delivered office fit out a key vehicle for this real estate success. As the final step in the new office journey, an office fit out includes the design, construction and furnishing of a physical workplace. These fit outs can range in scope based on… Read More

The future of workplace

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With unprecedented disruption impacting the workplace, a new work world has emerged catered to technology and an increasingly fluid workforce. Business success is dependent on not only transforming this disruption into opportunity, but also standing out in an increasingly competitive environment.

According to our recently released Future of Workplace report, a strategically designed workplace is one of the main keys for transforming this disruption. A well designed, managed, and operated workplace has… Read More

Is rent driving your real estate decisions? It shouldn’t be

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What if we told you that a cheaper office rent on paper could actually be costing you more due to the impact that space could have on employee engagement and wellbeing? If that sounds a bit confusing, we understand, but hear us out.

At last check, rents across Greater Boston were on average $34.90 per square foot, which puts the region at 12th in the country. So that means that it would… Read More

A new-look lobby at 399 Boylston

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Situated in the middle of one of Boston’s most bustling streets amidst an endless array of amenities, 399 Boylston Street is just steps from some of the city’s best retail, restaurants, wellness centers, and more. If that wasn’t already enough, the property now boasts a beautiful new lobby with high-end finishes designed by CBT Architects, part of a broader capital improvements project underway at the Equity Office property.

Check out some photos… Read More

The GE effect

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“We’re only just starting to see what the GE effect could be.” So says Frank Petz, Managing Director of JLL’s Capital Markets team, when considering the potential short and long term impacts of GE’s recent relocation to the region. “The effect is going to be multidimensional and far-reaching, impacting not only the Boston economy, but the city’s culture, and future growth trajectory,” Petz added. “While it may not all happen immediately,… Read More

WiredScore brings connectivity, an undervalued variable, to the forefront for tenants

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Mahoney_Rob_Color_Casual_HiResFrom Rob Mahoney
Assistant Vice President, MetroWest Leasing

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Have you heard of WiredScore yet? If the answer’s no, you’re not alone. The service is quickly catching on here in the Greater Boston area and across the US. In fact, commercial… Read More

POST draws on building’s unique history to deliver in-demand creative space

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Decembrele_Chris_Color_Casual_HiResFrom Chris Decembrele
Senior Vice President, North Suburban Leasing

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New construction is springing up all around Greater Boston, with office, residential and retail space in high demand. But there’s something to be said for well located, existing, available… Read More

The District Burlington: A whole new experience

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The District Burlington’s new Experience Center, recently unveiled at an open house event for the local brokerage community, is a different kind of marketing center unlike anything in the area. Expressing the innovative qualities and new additions to this vibrant mixed-use development, the Experience Center also represents the latest in the myriad of workplace amenities and emphasizes the fact that space and context really matter to today’s creative tech companies. Themes… Read More